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Theory Seminar

This semester the theory seminar will be every Wednesday 1:00-2:30pm at West Village H 366. If we do not have an invited speaker, we will have presentations from students or faculty. Write to Jonathan Ullman or Lydia Zakynthinou with suggestions for speakers!

Spring Semester, 2019

January 30
1:00PM
WVH 366
Hugo Alves Akitaya, Tufts University
Recognizing Weak Embeddings
Abstract
February 13
1:00PM
WVH 366
Paul Hand, Northeastern University
Inverse Problems under a Learned Generative Prior
Abstract
February 20
1:00PM
WVH 366
Ram Ramanathan, Chief Scientist, goTenna
Decentralized Off-grid Wireless Mesh Networking: Tradeoffs and Protocols
Abstract
February 27
1:00PM
WVH 366
Jarosław Błasiok, Harvard University
Optimal Streaming and Tracking Distinct Elements with High Probability
Abstract
March 27
1:00PM
WVH 366
Christina Ilvento, Harvard University
Learning Metrics for Individual Fairness
Abstract
April 10
1:00PM
WVH 366
Oxana Poburinnaya, Boston University
Fully Bideniable Interactive Encryption
Abstract
April 17
1:00PM
ISEC 655
Dimitris Tsipras, MIT
Robust and Reliable Machine Learning: Progress and Challenges
Abstract
April 24
1:00PM
WVH 366
Mitali Bafna, Harvard University
Thwarting Adversarial Examples: An L_0 robust Sparse Fourier Transform
Abstract

Fall Semester, 2018

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Fall Semester, 2017

Spring Semester, 2017

Fall Semester, 2016

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Fall Semester, 2015

Prehistorical Theory Seminars